Relation between signs and symptoms in Paget's disease of bone.

@article{Harinck1986RelationBS,
  title={Relation between signs and symptoms in Paget's disease of bone.},
  author={Hubertus IJ Harinck and Olav L. M. Bijvoet and C J Vellenga and H J Blanksma and Wilfred B. Frijlink},
  journal={The Quarterly journal of medicine},
  year={1986},
  volume={58 226},
  pages={
          133-51
        }
}
The relation between signs and symptoms of Paget's disease of bone was studied in 180 patients consecutively submitted for treatment. In these patients 826 lesions were identified by scintigraphy. The intensity of scintigraphic uptake was correlated with long-term calcium uptake in bone. The frequency distribution of lesions over the patients was compatible with a 65 per cent chance of local disease once the patient had been exposed to an extraneous agent. The spatial distribution within a… CONTINUE READING
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